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Top Sustainable Jewellery Brands Favored by A-List Celebrities for Stylish and EcoConscious Wardrobe Updates

Discover the favorite sustainable jewellery brands of A-list celebrities, including Missoma, Alighieri, Monica Vinader, Completedworks, and Maria Black. From 100% recycled gold and silver to Fairtrade materials, these brands offer beautiful pieces that align with your eco-conscious values.

Updating your wardrobe can be easily accomplished by investing in statement jewellery. However, it’s essential to consider the environmental impact of your purchases. Fortunately, there is a growing number of jewellery brands that not only create beautiful pieces but also prioritise sustainability.

Renowned celebrities like Hailey Bieber, Gigi Hadid, and Emily Ratajkowski have all embraced British jewellery brand Missoma, known for its use of 100% recycled gold and silver. Another eco-conscious choice favored by Jennifer Lawrence, Selena Gomez, and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is Monica Vinader, which champions sustainability in its designs. Alighieri, a cult favorite with Kendall Jenner and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, handcrafts its jewellery in London’s Hatton Garden, using recycled materials.

Now, let’s explore the sustainable jewellery brands loved by the A-list set:



With endorsements from Gigi Hadid, Hailey Bieber, influencer Lucy Williams, and designer Harris Reed, Missoma has become popular among fashion-forward
individuals. The London-based brand not only creates everyday jewellery but also utilizes 100% recycled gold and silver, actively working to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions throughout its supply chain.

Missoma Twisted Link T-Bar Chain Necklace


Missoma Molten Twisted Infinity 18ct Recycled Yellow-Gold Plated Brass Necklace



Founded in 2014 by Rosh Mahtani, Alighieri boasts high-profile champions like Kendall Jenner, often spotted wearing The Abundant Dream earrings. All of Alighieri’s pieces are meticulously handcrafted in Hatton Garden, London’s renowned jewellery quarter, using recycled silver and gold. These designs are intended to become cherished heirlooms.


Alighieri Silver The Abundant Dream Earrings


Alighieri The Abundant Dream Gold-Plated Hoop Earrings


Monica Vinader

Monica Vinader

Renowned UK-based jewellery designer Monica Vinader has earned the favor of both the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex. Celebrities like Selena Gomez have been photographed donning stacks of the brand’s bangles. Monica Vinader is committed to sustainability, employing 100% recycled gold and silver, conflict-free diamonds, and introducing the product passport initiative. This initiative provides traceability regarding the origin of materials and the production process.

Monica Vinader X Kate Young 18ct Yellow Gold-Plated Vermeil Sterling-Silver Bangle Bracelet


Monica Vinader Essential 18ct Yellow Gold Plated Vermeil Sterling-Silver And Diamond Bangle Bracelet



Founded by Anna Jewsbury in 2013, Completedworks has achieved cult status. The British brand utilizes recycled or Fairtrade gold in its designs. Laura Harrier recently adorned the delicate Tra-la-la earrings, while Jodie Comer has been spotted wearing the brand’s sculptural Scrunch style.


Completedworks Cubic Zirconia, Pearl & 14ct Gold-Vermeil Earrings


Completedworks Gold-Plated, Crystal And Pearl Earrings


Maria Black

Maria Black

Maria Black’s Cha Cha earrings have graced the Princess of Wales on numerous occasions, including during her visit to London’s Foundling Museum. This Copenhagen-based brand employs Impact Gold, a blend of Fairtrade gold and recycled gold, along with lab-grown diamonds, in its designs.

Cha Cha Earring


Maria Black Birds Nest Earring



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